|Jim Brochu on Mythbusters - Jim Brochu|
Jim Brochu on Mythbusters talking about Lucille Ball.
Keywords: Brochu; Lucille Ball; Mythbusters
|The Lucy Show (5x01) (9-12-66) Lucy And George Burns - VintageMediaNet|
From 9/12/1966: Lucy and George Burns (Season 5, Episode 1) George Burns decides to include Lucy in his new nightclub act. This is #3 of 30 episodes believed to be in the Public Domain. This HQ Video donated by the Vintage Media Network, a companion to the Vintage Entertainment Radio Network. Enjoy! http://publicdomainradio.blogspot.ca/
Keywords: Lucille Ball; Gale Gordon; George Burns; VintageMediaNet
|Lucille Ball as Guest|
Jack Benny ep Lucille Ball as Guest
Keywords: Classic TV; Comedy; Jack Benny; Lucille Ball
|Abbott & Costello 43 11 18 Nylon Stockings With Lucille Ball|
Connie Haines will agree to go out with Costello if he can get her a pair of nylons. Attempting to find nylon stockings, Bud and Lou run into Lucille Ball who has a pair, and tries to get hers.
Keywords: Abbott and Costello; Lucille Ball; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|My Favorite Husband 109 Eps|
(109 Episodes) (AFRTS Programs Listed) My Favorite Husband: .... was/is a 1948-1951, 124 episode, CBS Radio situation comedy. The star billings of this very well-acted program were held by Lucille Ball and Richard Denning, as Liz & George Cooper or, Liz & George Cugat, as noted in the odd episode. The Cooper/Cugat couple live at 321 Bundy Drive, and are billed as "two people who live together and like it!" The main sponsor was Jell-O, which explains why an average of three advertisement "plugs" ...
Keywords: Old Time Radio; OTR Sitcom; Lucille Ball; My Favorite Husband
'The Wonder Show' - Jack Haley's second radio program. it has nearly all the same cast as in 'Log Cabin Jamboree', except adding Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon (Their first work together)who replaced Warren Hull. He did the program while he was playing the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz.
Keywords: Jack Haley; The Wonder Show; Lucille Ball; Gale Gordon; Comedy
|Jack Haley-The Wonder Show|
The Tin Man from "The Wizard of Oz" in a few surviving installments of his late-1930s radio show. With Virginia Verrill, Wendy Barrie, Lucille Ball, and Gale Gordon. CBS.
Keywords: Jack Haley; old-time radio; comedy; Lucille Ball; Gale Gordon
|I Love Lucy 1952 02 26 Breaking The Lease|
This was an unaired pilot radio episode edited from from their TV episode "Breaking the Lease". The Ricardos and the Mertzes get into a big argument and the Ricardos decide to move out, but first they have to break their lease by becoming undesirable tenants. Starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, and William Frawley.
Keywords: I Love Lucy; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|"What's My Line" with Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz (Classic TV)|
Episode of the popular 50's TV game show "What's My Line" with guest stars Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Complete with original commercials for Remington Rand Shavers.
Keywords: Classic TV; I Love Lucy; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Game Show; Fifties; 1950's; 50's
Downloads: 16,419 (5 reviews)
|Excerpt from 'Art Linkletter's House Party'|
Excerpt from the TV series "Art Linkletter's House Party", featuring guest Lucille Ball. I'm hoping to find some complete episodes, but this excerpt is all that I can find.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60's; 60s; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Lucille Ball; Kinescope; Kinescopes
Downloads: 9,200 (4 reviews)
|Another "What's My Line" with guest Lucille Ball (Classic TV)|
Episode of the popular game show "What's My Line" with guest Lucille Ball. This is classic TV! Complete with Original commercials.
Keywords: Classic TV; Game Show; Lucille Ball; 50's; 1950's, Fifties
Downloads: 6,228 (6 reviews)
|"The Lucy Show" - Main Street U.S.A.|
1967 episode of "The Lucy Show" called "Main Street U.S.A.". In this episode, Lucy Carmichael tries to save a historic town from being demolished. [29 Episodes of "The Lucy Show" have entered the Public Domain, For reasons which have never been explained] ******************* Info from Wikipedia: The Lucy Show was Lucille Ball's follow up show to I Love Lucy. It began in 1962 and ran until 1968. The premise and the cast changed frequently, with only Gale Gordon lasting most of the run of the show...
Keywords: The Lucy Show; Lucille Ball; Classic TV; 60's TV; Historic Preservation
Downloads: 23,238 (3 reviews)
|Episode of the Classic TV series "The Lucy Show" with Lucille Ball|
Episode of the Classic 60's TV sitcom "The Lucy Show" which starred Lucille Ball. This episode is called "Lucy Gets Trapped", and is quite funny.
Keywords: The Lucy Show; Lucille Ball; 60's TV; 1960's TV; Classic TV; Classic Television
Downloads: 15,384 (4 reviews)
|THE DARK CORNER trailer|
A Private eye and his secretary are up against it in this film-noir mystery set in New York City.
Keywords: movie trailers; detectives; mysteries; film noir; Lucille Ball; Mark Stevens; Clifton Webb
Lucille Ball; there is only one Lucy! Here are several different shows she starred in. 109 episodes of her radio program "My Favourite Husband " can be found under Old Time Radio Sitcoms. ** def gp ddh
Keywords: Old Time Radio Programs; Lucille Ball; I Love Lucy; Lux Theater; Suspense
Downloads: 8,837 (1 review)
|The Black Vault Radio Show #24: May 18, 2007 - Nick Redfern - The Black Vault|
On this edition of The Black Vault Radio, Nick Redfern joins me to discuss his new book exposing celebrity FBI files, secrets, and dirty laundry! Also, learn about the new UFO files to be released by the U.K. government, and other "paranormal" project recently declassified.
Keywords: ufo; ufos; conspiracy; bible; coverup; FBI; FBI Files; celebrity secrets; gossip; lucille ball; UK; UK Government; DIA; NSA; CIA
|"I've Got a Secret" - Episode with Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz (Classic TV)|
Episode of the Classic TV game show "I've Got a Secret" with Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Features original commercials for Winston Cigarettes, With the host and Desi Arnaz both plugging the product.
Keywords: Classic TV; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; I Love Lucy; Game Show; 50's Television; Fifties; 1950's
Downloads: 12,034 (8 reviews)
|The Final Performance of Harry Einstein - Parkyakarkas|
November 23 or 24, 1958 (sources contradict the actual date), comedian Harry Einstein performed at a Friars Club sponsored Roast of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. The recording was made at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The toastmaster was Art Linkletter. Harry Einstein was known for his character Parkyakarkas on The Eddie Cantor Show. He is also famous as the father of comedian Albert Brooks, actor Bob Einstein, lawyer Clifford Einstein and author Charles Einstein...
Keywords: Friars Club; Roast; Eddie Cantor; Art Linkletter; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Harry Einstein; Parkyakarkas; Meet Me at Parkys; Milton Berle; Comedians; Comedy; Comedian; 1958; OTR
|The Rob and Joe Show - Show 50 - R. Robert Robinson, Jr; Executive Producer,The Rob and Joe Show|
Rob and Robby both annoy Joe by repeatedly reposting the clip of his Stash story on 98 Rock Facebook pages. Rob is disappointed to discover that the Jonah Hill following him on Twitter is an impersonator. Joe readdresses Rob and his girlfriend's lack of communication on important matters and their future. Rob and Joe deal with the Adam Carolla controversy by giving their own thoughts about whether or not women are as funny as men, and other differences between the sexes...
Keywords: Rob Maher; Joe Robinson; Jonah Hill; Adam Carolla; Stash; Erin Jackson; Justin Schlegel; Lucille Ball; Morrissey; Brian Regan; Bob Seger; Freddie Mercury; Robert Plant; Mike Finazzo; Mike Chamberlin; Kool and the Gang; Sinead O'Connor; Stevie Nicks; George Takei
|Aspect Ratio - December 2012|
John Morrison interviews Barbara Borden and David Brown on Brown's latest and still-in-the-works documentary "Keeper of the Beat".
Keywords: barbara borden; david brown; keeper of the beat; documentary; drums; percussion; music; musician; family; coming of age; i love lucy; desi arnez; lucille ball; bay area; filmmaking; california film institute; cmcm; marintv
|The Army-Navy Screen Magazine 37 (partial) - United States. Army Signal Corps’ Army Pictorial Service|
The Army-Navy Screen Magazine Number 37 (partial), 1944 Strictly G.I.: This is a filmed partial episode of the AFRS radio show G.I. Journal, repackaged as as the "Strictly GI" segment in The Army-Navy Screen Magazine 37. The radio show is found elsewhere on Archive.org - http://www.archive.org/details/G.i.Journal-10Episodes The Army-Navy Screen Magazine was produced by the U.S. Army Signal Corps Pictorial Service, under the supervision of Col...
Keywords: The Army-Navy Screen Magazine; Linda Darnell; World War, 1939-1945; 1943; World War II; AFRS; GI Journal; WWII; Kay Kyser; Lucille Ball; Jerry Colonna; Mel Blanc; Ish Kabibble; Georgia Carroll
|The Rob and Joe Show - Show 94 - R. Robert Robinson, Jr; Executive Producer,The Rob and Joe Show|
The show proceeds as usual on the night of the Caps' pivotal game 7, which spawns speculation about what extreme circumstances might actually cause Robby to cancel. Rob loses a fan suddenly because of his affiliation with Joe. Even though Wendi Townsend's 98 Rock morning show appearance was a big boost for Rob and Joe, they can't resist looking the gift horse squarely in the mouth. Entertainment correspondent Michael Chamberlin returns for his annual Summer movie preview and everyone wonders if ...
Keywords: Rob Maher; Joe Robinson; Dr. Donna Ridley; Veronica Belmont; Misee Harris; Antoine Dodson; Mike Turpin; Seaton Smith; Wendi Townsend; Katie Moody; Michael Chamberlin; Mickey Cucchiella; Amelia Ryerse; Sarah Simington; Josh Spiegel; Martin Short; Dave Shofer; Chris Milner; Jim Meyer; Suzanne Richard; Randy David; Robert Downey Jr; Ben Kingsley; Don Cheadle; Leonard Nimoy; Vin Diesel; Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson; Morgan Freeman; Michael Caine; Ricky Jay; Ryan Gosling; Albert Brooks; Christopher Reeve; Christopher Nolan; Zack Snyder; Amy Adams; Russell Crowe; Kevin Costner; Diane Lane; Laurence Fishburne; Brad Pitt; Gore Verbinski; Steve Martin; Johnny Carson; Bill Clinton; George W. Bush; Dick Cheney; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; Muggsy Bogues; Brittney Bogues; Brian Regan; Demetri Martin; Henry Winkler; Steve Carell; Woody Harrelson; Jesse Eisenberg; Nicolas Winding Refn; Olympia Dukakis; Laurie Forster